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Loki Coffee Mug

Posted in movies by Tam Yue on May 12th, 2014

Loki Marvel MugLoki, Loki, Loki, why is it always about Loki? Well, here is a super cool way to proclaim whom you truly support.

This Thor / Loki Marvel mug features the character in all his glory. The mischievous Loki is featured wearing his iconic helmet and that snide little grin on his face making you believe he is up to no good. This coffee mug will definitely make a strong statement in the break room and show coworkers where your allegiance lies.

2D Glasses

Posted in 3D by Conner Flynn on July 5th, 2011

3D is the latest gimmick to get you into theaters, but maybe you don’t want 3D. Maybe you are sick of it. Maybe it even makes you sick or gives you a headache. Not everything needs to be 3D. These 2d glasses can help.

3D movies show two overlapping images on the screen, with one image for the right eye and the other for the left eye. 3D glasses darken the eye that is not meant to see the image. 2D glasses takes the image for the right eye and shows both eyes. What you get is plain old 2D.

10 Silverlight Movies Coming To Windows Phone 7

Posted in movies by Conner Flynn on May 20th, 2011

Paramount Digital Entertainment has announced that it will be bringing ten new movies exclusively to Windows Phone 7. The first of these films are available to download today, from the Windows Phone Marketplace. The new Silverlight Enhanced Movie applications will allow users to watch, share and interact with popular Paramount Pictures movies.

A new movie app will launch every week and these include : True Grit, The Curious Case Of Benjamin Button, Waiting For “Superman,” The Last Airbender, Zoolander, Gi Joe: The Rise Of Cobra, Beowulf and The Italian Job. They will be available in the U.S., Canada, UK, France, Italy, Germany and Spain. Most of those are not the best movies and not that new, but at least there should be something for everyone to like.

Netflix to stream Miramax movies in June

Posted in Netflix by Conner Flynn on May 16th, 2011

Miramax makes some good movies. Naturally you would like to see them either for the first time or again. Probably you would prefer to watch them instantly on Netflix. Well, Netflix has your back. The movie streaming service has reached an multi-year agreement with Miramax to allow streaming of films from the company’s extensive library.

Movies like Pulp Fiction, The English Patient, Kill Bill, and hundreds of others will be added to the Netflix Watch Instantly catalog on a rotating basis, starting in June. This is the first time Miramax films have been available on a digital subscription service. Great news for movie lovers.

YouTube to add 3,000 streaming movies to rent

Posted in YouTube by Conner Flynn on May 9th, 2011

Good news movie lovers. YouTube has confirmed that starting today it will add rughly 3,000 new movie titles for rental in the US, as well as reviews and behind the scenes extras. NBC Universal, Sony Pictures and Warner Bros. are the new studios that YouTube is partnering with to add these new and catalog releases. It will double the amount previously available.

Pricing is $2.99 and $3.99 for movies viewed via your PC or Google TV. There was no mention of other devices supported. And though YouTube supports resolutions up to 4K, “most” of the new additions are in SD, which is kinda sad. Still, at least you have more choice than you did before.

Star Wars Blu-ray set ships Sept. 16th in the U.S.

Posted in Star Wars by Reuben Drake on May 4th, 2011

We finally have more information about the upcoming Star Wars Blu-ray releases. They will hit store shelves on September 16th. The three editions are: The Complete Saga with all of the movies included, or the original trilogy / prequels by themselves. The release dates are September 12th internationally, and the 16th in the US.

There are 40 hours of special features. Right now the site is having trouble from the entire worls trying to access it, but apparently there is a promotion where fans share the page on social media networks, and access additional artwork and more as more people continue to visit throughout the page.

Star Wars Blu-ray release is September 16, 2011

Posted in Star Wars by Reuben Drake on March 30th, 2011

Star Wars fans have some good news today. The Star Wars: The Complete Saga, Star Wars: Original Trilogy and Star Wars: Prequel Trilogy Blu-ray sets now have a firm date. They will have a September 16th arrival.

That’s a Friday, so feel free to plan a party and dress up as your favorite Jedi or Ewok, then enjoy your geekend. Mark your calendars. Do or do not buy, there is no try. May George Lucas’ money printing machine be with you, and so on.

Netflix Canada gets deal for Paramount movies

Posted in Netflix by Conner Flynn on March 28th, 2011

Netflix has now landed a multi-year deal to bring new movies and TV shows to the service’s streaming-only service in Canada. It covers about 350 titles that includes some recent hit movies like Iron Man 2 if you like superheroes and The Curious Case of Benjamin Button if you like an old Brad Pitt. The agreement includes exclusive subscription TV rights to first-run movies and puts movies in the “premium pay TV window” for releases.

This is great news for Canadian viewers. The service first came to Canada in the fall but suffered from a lack of content compared to the US. This deal should help with that problem.

Warner Bros. to rent movies digitally on Facebook

Posted in Facebook by Conner Flynn on March 8th, 2011

Can Facebook compete with Netflix when it comes to renting movies? Well, they are going to try. Warner Brothers has just announced that they will be offering video stream rentals of their movies through the online social network. Right now they have just one title available: The Dark Knight.

Users can rent a movie for 30 Facebook Credits ($3) and you get 48 hours to finish the movie. You can watch the movie through the site and still access Facebook functions while it is playing. More titles will arrive in the coming months, and The Dark Knight is just a test to see how popular it is.

Amazon launches unlimited streaming for Prime subscribers

Posted in Amazon by Conner Flynn on February 22nd, 2011

We knew it was coming and now Amazon has unveiled its “free” video streaming for Prime members. If you are a Prime member and get your subscription-based two-day shipping, you can now enjoy streaming of 5,000 pieces of “prime eligible” content. This includes some recent movies and a whole bunch of TV shows.

On some foreign films you even have the choice of subtitles or dubbed, and a large portion of this content is still available to “rent” or “buy”. This is only for paid Prime subscribers in the US right now.

iPhone 8mm Vintage Camera App ages your movies

Posted in iPhone Accessories by Conner Flynn on December 28th, 2010

When making videos with modern gadgets, you just can’t get the same results compared to the old stuff. There’s no atmosphere. Well, a new iPhone application called 8mm Vintage Camera has been published to the iTunes App Store that allows you to record your movies in vintage 8mm film style.

Who needs an actual 8mm camera anymore? With the 8mm Vintage Camera options you can mix and match films and lenses, allowing you to recreate the atmosphere of those days gone by with 25 retro looks. Pretty awesome.

OnLive CEO dismisses plans to take on Netflix

Posted in Games by Conner Flynn on December 9th, 2010

Word on the street was that OnLive would be getting into the streaming movie business. And why not? They are a streaming gaming service. However, the CEO of OnLive, Steven Perlman, has come out and said that the company is not aiming to compete with Netflix.

That’s good news for those who are buying the service. The company needs to focus on games and bolster up their somewhat meager games selection. It’s smart to just focus on games, at least for now.

Hulu Plus now available to US PS3 owners

Posted in PS3 by Conner Flynn on November 11th, 2010

You’ve been waiting for Hulu Plus for your PS3 and sure enough, now any US PlayStation Network member stream Hulu’s premium service. You no longer have to be a paying member of Sony’s PlayStation Plus club to qualify.

If you like what the $9.99 TV streaming service is offering, then you had better get streaming. Those across the pond will just have to wait. Luckily for all of us the PS3 does a lot.

Time Warner considering longer delay for Netflix, Redbox?

Posted in Netflix by Conner Flynn on November 4th, 2010

Time Warner is considering a policy change that could mean longer delays for content to come to rental services like Netflix and Redbox. The current 28-day window has been pretty successful, but the current deals with partners are going to expire sometime in 2011. At that point, the company might want to extend the delay period. Not good for netflix users.

The company may also be planning to offer brand new movies via video-on-demand (VOD), before the titles are even out of theaters. This move is expected sometime in the middle of next year.

Amazon expands Disc+ program

Posted in Amazon by Conner Flynn on November 2nd, 2010

Amazon has announced that its Disc+ program is growing, from about 300 titles last year to more than 10,000 DVDs and Blu-ray discs. Disc+ means that when you buy the disc, not only is the disc shipped to you, but you also get a free downloadable copy to watch right away. So, no waiting.

You can check out the site for a full list of available titles. Good news for those who love discs, but have no patience.